then i get myself prepared and went to attend the ECM tutorial class.
honestly, it was already week 12 and i still haven mingle around much with my current classmate where i still having an awkward feelings sitting there alone waiting for the tutor to come.
anyways, i just told myself shouldn't care so much on my own feelings (learned from past experience) and should concentrate on what is important now which is my study.
ever since the exam timetable had came out, it had become a "time bomb" for me and it left 20 days to go and yet i still not very clear about some of the calculation part.
after the class, i went to the new Tarc Red Bricks cafeteria to have my lunch while waiting a friend to pass me the case study note.
actually at first i decided to have my lunch at Tarc Papparich but when i saw one of my ex-ex-classmate who was top 1 student, i avoided myself to go there and just feel myself so "funny" because i was embarrass to mention that i was a "R" student since 98% of my friend had graduated.
during the moment at the new canteen 1 cafeteria, i just realized that the "Char Kuay Teow" there was so cheap which is only cost for RM1.20 per plate and it just tasted slightly okay.
perhaps this is the cheapest meal i can get in KL area since it is impossible to get a food that cost around RM1+ nowadays especially in our "inflation" society.
after that, i went to the cyber center to settle the presentation slides with a friend.
around 2.55pm we went to attend the SMDM tutorial class and i just feel quite tiring and have a little headache for thinking too much.
during our presentation, it went quite smooth although some answer was wrong.
one thing that i feel quite meaningful from the tutorial class was when the tutor say that "after you go out to work, you will meet different kind of people and some of them will have [two faces] that they talk good about you in front, but talk bad about you at the back of the boss" where i do experience it during my working moment last time.
another thing that i think it is quite true about what the tutor say that focus on the core business in their a niche marketing is very important because if it had diversify too much, the brand itself will lost their brand equity just like the Kodak Fujifilm went into beauty product such as the collagen as their unique selling point.
on the other hand, i do feel a bit "down" because i afraid i might not be able to go the SHU with my current classmate next year due to the "delay case" since i mingle most with them when compared with others class.
it is quite true that a friendship can be build over a long period of time instead of few month just like what i encounter on my past experiences.
after the class, i went back home and take a rest around 6.30pm.
the moment i woke up again was 8pm and i went out for dinner.
somehow i saw my ex-housemate and have some chat where he told me about his car case.
seriously i don't understand why there is such "uncivilized" people exist because his car was scratch and throw with rubbish on top for continuously few day where the reason was he parked at the place that "another car" always parked.
i don't think is my friend wrong because the place did not write cannot park and "the guy" who scratch his car does not own the house.
moreover, the place that my friend parked don't have people staying when one of the "Tarc guard" told us as he just stay beside the house.
furthermore, the "Tarc guard" also said he don't mind if my friend parked in front of the house as long as they can still go to work because the whole house was stayed by all Tarc guard.
anyways, no one had saw who did the scratch/throw rubbish unethical stuff but i just feel this is too over as "the guy" can scratch all 4 area of my friend car, continuously pour rubbish on top of the car for 3 days.
around 9pm i went to have my dinner after the chit chat and do feel quite "lonely" when eating alone.
upon back home, i just see some news and feel the time passed so fast again.
actually i feel to go to watch movie as there is a promotion of RM9 at TGV every Wednesday but i did not go in the end since it is almost exam week.
anyways, there is one video i found meaningful to share about which named "The Employment / El Empleo" short film as below or the link >>> Here.
In a bizarre world, a working man is awoken by his alarm clock.
He shaves, dresses and has breakfast.
An unknown man holds up his mirror.
Three people make up his chair and table.
He hails a ride and rides piggyback all the way to work.
At a traffic light, a group of humans riding humans await the light to change.
There are two men hanging on a pole representing traffic lights.
One opens his jacket and reveals a red shirt.
Then he closes his jacket, so the other man can reveal his green shirt.
He puts his coat and briefcase in a locker where a woman is hanging on the locker door working as his coat hanger and briefcase holder.
He takes an elevator ride up, using a human counterweight.
There, he begins his work as a doormat.
His boss shows up, scrapes his feet on his back and enters his office.
He continues to lay there in front of an office door.
overall i just feel it is quite true about the animation film that reflect the society that we were currently living as "someone is paying up for someone" life.
sooner or later i will working for others people too by facing a high competition just like the "guy" lay down on the office door let people steps unless i work for own business.
confessions page as below.
Competitions, what do I know?
Of course I know some, in fact, I know quite a handful of them.
Some people compete for love, whatever it is, fair.
Some people compete for results, fine, let's hope we all thrive.
Some people compete for food, okay, bolting down until that last bit and drop for utter satisfaction.
Some people compete for job, that's why we even study.
Some people compete for authority, alright peeps, welcome to the hierarchy system.
Some people compete for attention, s-son of a monkey's uncle, teacher's pets everywhere.
Some people compete for wifi, turn off that goddam m@th#r F!*kin%, PPS already.
All these competitions, I see them all the time, I feel them and sometimes I'm even into them. But all in all, I can take them.
Until someone, part his/her lips and spread it into a dry, wry smile telling you this,
"Hey, I didn't study at all for the test, omg, I'm so gonna fail, what about you."
"Yo dawg, I didn't even study up one bit, I was playing the entire time, what about you."
"I studied nothing for that quiz, I'm so scared, what about you?"
*Repressed laughter* What about me? You say? What about me?
Do I look like I'm signing up for this? This competition that themes around -'who has been studying the least', kinda shit?
These are the nincompoops out there that just want to tell the world so much, so badly, so desperately that they never study for a test or an exam. But you see...... that's your problem, that's your decision and that's your preposterous disclaimer that I won't even bother wasting any ounce of energy to know or to understand it.
So please, the number of chocolate fudges that I give simply equates to zero, which means, you jolly well just shut the full cup right now before I make you do so.
If whoever reading this, feels me, please...... give me a sign; give me a like.
Just another nobody from UTAR KL Setapak, voicing up for the hundreds or even the thousands of troubled souls who have fallen victim to one of the most imbecilic face-saving competition that ever existed.
furthermore, there is so many road to earn money and i do wonder whether people who depend on "skills+luck" such as if they know how to earn a lot of money from shares and forex, they will eventually being categorize as "successful" in other people views.
anyways, i do understand that the most important things is how do we see ourselves instead of how others people see us.
around 2am my house suddenly have electricity blackout and lighted up after 1 minutes.
when i turned on the PC, it seems that there is some problem occur and i have a bad feelings on it where i need to spend money to fix it again.